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Iridomyrmex cyaneus

Iridomyrmex Cyaneus-species of ants of the genus Iridomyrmex. Described by Wheeler in 1915, these ants prefer dry steppe-like habitat in Australia, from New South Wales, South Australia and Western Australia.

Iridomyrmex mayri

Iridomyrmex Mairi-view ants of the genus Iridomyrmex. Described by Forel in 1915, this species is endemic to Australia, these ants typically nest under stones and rotting logs, and feeds on the trunks of trees. Species, as a rule, larvae of Jalme ...

Iridomyrmex minor

Small Iridomyrmex-species of ants of the genus Iridomyrmex. Described by Forel in 1915, the ant is widespread in Western Australia, South Australia, Northern territory and Queensland, and there is hardly a colony in the more southern Australian S ...

Iridomyrmex mjobergi

Iridomyrmex mjobergi-species of ants of the genus Iridomyrmex. Described by Forel in 1915, of a kind among the most common representatives of the genus, is endemic to all States and territories of Australia and even New Guinea. Workers are not us ...

Iridomyrmex spurcus

Iridomyrmex spurcus-species of ants of the genus Iridomyrmex. Described by William Morton Wheeler in 1915, the Ant has a large extensive distribution in Australia.

Lecanodiaspis microcribraria

Microcribraria Lecanodiaspis-type of scale insect family Lecanodiaspididae. It was described in 1915 in Australia, entomologist W. W. Froggatt.

Leptomyrmex cnemidatus

Leptomyrmex cnemidatus-species of ants of the genus Leptomyrmex. Described by William Morton Wheeler in 1915, this species is endemic to Australia.

Melanoplus pygmaeus

Melanoplus pygmaeus, known usually as the pygmy short-wing grasshopper, kind of spur throat grasshopper in the family Acrididae. Other common names include dwarf pygmy sandy grasshopper and locusts. It is found in North America.

Myrmecia athertonensis

Myrmecia athertonensis is an Australian ant which belongs to the genus Myrmecia. This species is native to Australia. They are usually seen in the North of Queensland. He was described by Forel in 1915. The average length is about 14.6-22 mm, and ...

Myrmecia desertorum

Myrmecia desertorum is an Australian species of ants belonging to the genus Myrmecia. They were first described by Wheeler in 1915, and distributed throughout Australia. Myrmecia desertorum are spread across the country. They are, as a rule, 18-2 ...

Myrmecia minuscula

Myrmecia Minuscula is an Australian ant which belongs to the genus Myrmecia. This species is native to Australia. They are distributed in Queensland. They were described by Forel in 1915. Myrmecia Minuscula big bull ant. Mandibles like a bright y ...

Myrmecia mjobergi

Myrmecia Mjobergi is an Australian ant which belongs to the genus Myrmecia. This species is native to Australia. They are widely distributed in Queensland, and is also used in several other States. They were described by Forel in 1915. The length ...

Myrmecia queenslandica

Queenslandica Myrmecia-Australian species of ants. Abundant in most States of Australia, and is mostly seen in Queensland, they belong to the genus Myrmecia. The typical length of a Myrmecia bull ant queenslandica is 11-13 mm. The appearance of t ...

Okanagana rubrovenosa

Okanagana rubrovenosa is a species of Cicada in the family Cicadidae. It is found in North America, mostly in Arizona, California, Oregon, and Utah. It is orange black in color, but can lose its color as it ages.

Onychomyrmex mjobergi

Onychomyrmex mjobergi-species of ants of the genus Onychomyrmex. Endemic to Australia, it was described by Forel in 1915 from specimens found in the state of Queensland.

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